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July 17, 1992 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-17

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Campaign collected $27.2
million. In 1991, $27 million
was budgeted and $26 mill-
ion was achieved.
"This year, we achieved
$26 million and we budgeted
$26 million." Mr. Aronson
sees that as the silver lining
in the bleak economic news.
"We closed the Campaign
at $26 million, and then
budgeted," he said, "and we
did that eight months ahead
of last year."
He believes 1993 can be a
turn-around year for the
Campaign — "and hopefully
for the economy" — through
better goal-setting and a re-
view of higher-level corn-
mitments for local needs.
Mr. Aronson downplays
talk of changing Detroit's
,: Campaign allocation for-
mula, which designates 60
percent of the Campaign
total for agencies nationally,
overseas and in Israel. "The
more money you raise, the
less an issue it becomes," he
says. "The discussion should
not be centered on the for-
mula, but on raising more
money."



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Sat., July 25 10-5
Sun., July 2611-4

informal modeling at
Stage & Co.
Sun., July 2611-2

Temple Israel
Hosts Homeless

STAFF REPORT

reparations to open a
-,
r—
temporary shelter for
L
the homeless Sunday
night at Temple Israel have
prompted a large turnout of
temple volunteers. "There
are so many, it's really
mind-boggling. We have 350
volunteers so far," said Dr.
Nancy Gad-Harf, director of
programming at Temple
Israel.
M any of them are con-
tributing food. Others will
be cooking and serving food
to the 29 guests the syn-
agogue expects to put up
nightly and feed for a week.
Of the 29, six are women and
two are children. The women
and children will reside in a
different room from the men.
Dr. Gad-Harf said con-
tributions "are significant
enough so there should be
little cost, if any, to the tem-
ple."
Each evening, temple vol-
unteers will pick up the
clients at the South Oakland
County Shelter (SOS) office in
Royal Oak where they are re-
quired to check in. The tem-
porary residents will be serv-
ed a buffet-style dinner and
breakfast in one of the tem-
ple's social halls. Brown-bag
lunches will be provided. A
special Shabbat dinner is
planned.

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